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Rated: ASR · Poetry · Nature · #2093616
A Poem about the Moon.
Moonbeats

Some say I have a face
Or a man, but
I
Know better –
I am the eye,
All seeing,
Gliding through space,
Smug I’m the only one –
Not like Io or
Ganymede
Vying for attention .
Neither like
Charon –
Far too distant
To make an impression.
Barren, I am, say some –
But there you are,
Gazing,
Enchanted,
Kissing beneath me,
Writing your poems
In my light.
I turn my face and
Disappear,
Then bloom, flower like,
Pulling your seas
Whilst you chat loosely
On the shore.
I swell and telescopes quiver,
And then I laugh
In the face of wolves.


*Stary* *Moon* *Stary*

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